The Great Drama of Human Life, Reverend Hugh Cowan
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Reverend Hugh Cowan

The Great Drama of Human Life

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A Loving God – God in Human Life – Human Potential – Suicide & Despair – Heaven & Hell – Spiritual Renewal – The Future of the Church – The Destiny of the Human Family In 1937, minister and historian Rev. Hugh Cowan reflects at the end of four decades of ministry on the some of the big ideas of the Christian faith. He recounts some of the changes he has observed in Christian thought in the first half of the 20th Century. In this book, Cowan explores the realities of life and death as experienced with his congregations. Many of the challenges he discusses are just as relevant today. Reverend Hugh Cowan M.A. (1867–1943) graduated from Manitoba College, earned a M.A. from Knox College in Toronto and a B.D. from Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario. He served congregations in The Presbyterian Church of Canada and later The United Church of Canada. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hugh_Cowan
Introduction and biographical sketch by Grant D. Fairley
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